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Year: 2020

7 Quick Steps to handle your child’s Boyfriend or Girlfriend Issues (without arguments!)

Imagine your child walks up to you and says “I have a boyfriend (or girlfriend).” What would you do? No doubt, this is one of the toughest moments you will face as a parent. The statement itself can destabilize you and cause an emotional havoc. How would you respond? Let’s consider the 3 most common …

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Battle of Concepts

Have you ever thought of the usage of ‘attention span’ and ‘shortening attention span’? An analysis was come up with as regards the usage of attention span. When we speak of attention span, we naturally express bias towards our preferences. For example, a bookworm will be bias towards reading, the same way an IT guru …

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Obscured heroes; Why your struggling students are your greatest assests.

When you look at your poorest student, what do you see? An obstruction to your progress? Or an opportunity to be great? Teaching struggling students may be the number one headache for teachers. Whenever you teach something in class, everyone gets it except that one (or more) student. “Why don’t you just get it,” we …

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Lessons from ‘La Casa De Papel – Money Heist’

About a month ago, the world’s most watched non-English series aired its 4th season on Netflix. This series launched in May of 2017 was composed by Manel Santisteban, a Spanish film composer. 3 years, an 8.4 IMDb rating, with viewership spanning over 180 countries later, the Spanish TV series increased Netflix subscribers by 7.4million with …

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